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Dallas Taylor

Dallas Taylor is the grandson of a rum-runner, a valedictorian, a handyman, and a good Catholic girl. He lives and writes in Seattle, and builds things for a living in his spare time. In 2010, he attended the Clarion Writers’ Workshop.
Dallas Taylor has written 166 posts for [this space intentionally left blank]

That Jamais Vu Thang, Man, Ain’t Nothin’ to Fuck With

The experience took on an almost dream-like quality. Like I was remembering in advance, with all the detail-attrition that implies, something I’d seen years ago. Only I was there and it was happening live. Continue reading

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Make America What Again?

Even were it possible to return to whatever passed for normal before — and it isn’t — such a return is not even desirable, both on its own merits and in light of the challenges we face. Continue reading

A Modest Proposal Regarding Abortion

As severe as these laws are, they ignore a full half of the problem: whether the act of conception was consensual or not, it takes a man to get a woman pregnant. Continue reading

A Woman For President

I want people who understand that heroes might make for great stories, but that actual large-scale accomplishment in the real world takes community and cooperation and coalition-building. Continue reading

There’s No Normal to Go Back To: A Quick Note on Evaluating the Democratic Presidential Candidates

There’s all kinds of stuff we need to get on if we want to preserve the democracy we cherish and the planet we live on, never mind progressing toward a more just, verdant, and prosperous world. One of the first things is to recognize the fight we’re in and what the stakes are. Continue reading

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